In other news, I burnt my toast this morning. Seems the new toaster and I have some work to do on our relationship. Or perhaps an exorcism.
On with the regularly scheduled post!
While I was in Target on Tuesday, I decided to capture some of things I loved so that I could share them with everyone who was disappointed in their local Target here in Toronto (I went to the Victoria Park location).
Now, don't get me wrong, like all reviews I had read on Canadian Target, there were a lot of shelves looking like this:
But I think maybe they have stocked up a bit for the University crowd dorm rooms supplies, because they had a lot of cute and cheap decor.
I loved the neon and green footrest (side table?). Neons seemed to be everywhere!
I had a bit of a crush on this patterned circular storage ottoman! The neon/grey one was cute too, but I think I am a pattern girl at heart!
I liked the hot pink wire bases of these side tables. I wish one would have fit on the balcony, but the top was a bit too big!
Aren't these birdie jewellery holders super cute? Gold seams to be making a comeback and these would look pretty sweet in a dressing room!
I loved all three of these lampshades, but I think the one on the left is my favourite. It was a lovely fabric that I also saw on a couple other accessories.
I don't really see the point in a slipper chair, since I like to curl up when sitting on an upholstered chair, but I liked the fabric! And the price!
Hmm, I seemed to be finding a lot of yellow things to drool over, like these yellow, industrial stools! 2 stools were included in that $99 price tag, which I thought was a great deal. No need for stools in my place, however!
This place was like heaven for ottomans. There was a whole aisle of cute ones besides these few. I wonder if they has just restocked, because I imagine these would go like hotcakes.
What are the chances they would have TWO cute slow cookers for decent prices (but no fun toasters!)? I can't remember what the blue one was priced as (it was in the wrong spot), but that Trellis one was only $30? I have no where to store such an appliance, but I WANT one.
Lastly, I just thought these were a nifty idea- cup holder stakes for a garden! I wonder if they would actually stay up, though.
Anyways, that was my first trip to Target in Canada, and as you can see I still managed to find a bunch of cute things despite a few empty shelves and I will definitely go back again. I just wish they would build one closer to my condo because it was quite a trek out to Victoria Park!